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Saturday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
The shooting down of flight MH17 and the loss of 298 lives again dominates the front pages of Saturday's national newspapers.
:: The Independent
Fingers point at Russian President Vladimir Putin over the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine.
:: The i
Mounting evidence suggests pro-Moscow rebels shot down the passenger jet.
:: Daily Mail
The distraught father of a brilliant maths student killed on MH17 has accused President Putin of his murder.
:: Daily Express
Russian forces have been blamed for firing the missile that shot down the passenger jet.
:: Daily Star
Victims aboard the doomed plane included football fans, whole families, and students on dream trips.
:: The Daily Telegraph
The families of some of the British victims are blaming people who they have branded Russian gangsters for the deaths of their loved ones.
:: The Times
All 298 people on board the plane were killed because a Ukrainian rebel unit was operating a Russian-made missile system without a radar.
:: The Sun
Looters stole from one of the British men killed in the plane attack.
:: Daily Mirror
Features pictures of some of those killed aboard MH17, describing them as "Putin's Victims".
:: The Guardian
Pro-Russian separatist groups in eastern Ukraine are hastily covering up all links to the Buk missile battery suspected to have been used to shoot down the Malaysia Airlines aircraft.
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